To get along

Definition of To get along

to get on; to make progress, as in business.
- Addison.
to proceed; to advance; to prosper.

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To freshen ballast
To freshen the hawse
To freshen the way
To fret the gizzard
To fritter away
To frizzle up
To fume away
To funk out
To gain ground
To gain on
To gain over
To gain the wind
To gather breath
To gather one's self together
To gather way
To get (or to hold) In chancery
To get a mile
to get a word in edgewise
To get ahead
To get ahead of
-To get along-
To get among
To get asleep
To get astray
To get at
To get away with
To get back
To get before
To get behind
To get between
To get beyond
To get by heart
To get clear
To get drunk
To get forward
To get ground
To get hand
To get home
To get into
To get into trouble
To get loose
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